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Mini-Ductor Venom: A Real Sales Opportunity for Resellers

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Mini-Ductor Venom: A Real Sales Opportunity for Resellers

The innovative new Mini-Ductor® Venom™ induction heating tool is a successor to the market-leading Mini-Ductor Induction Heating Series.

Venom includes:

  • An angled, lightweight ergonomic design
  • Convenient Coil Twist Lock™ (no thumb screws)
  • An LED usage indicator
  • Fault override delay
  • Thermal cooling enhancements

All of the above makes Venom the most effective and efficient induction heating tool on the market.

Venom's launch will lead to inquiries from your customers and prospects, so here are the top tips for branch managers and counter staff to sell the portable induction heater effectively.

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New Venom Induction Heating Demo Video & Infographic

Thursday, June 15, 2017

New Venom Induction Heating Demo Video & Infographic

Below are two of the latest marketing materials that show how the Mini-Ductor® Venom™ portable induction heater revolutionizes how you remove rusted, corroded and otherwise seized automotive parts – in seconds, without the safety risk of other alternatives.

We hope they are useful if you want to replace use of oxy-acetylene torches or if you want to show someone how Venom induction heating works and why it's a far better option than torches.

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Induction Heating for Agriculture & Farming Equipment

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Induction Heating for Agriculture & Farming Equipment

You may have heard about induction heating used for heat treating, but did you know that it can also be used to remove seized metal parts on combines, sprayers, tractors, and other farming equipment?

Both the Mini-Ductor® Venom and Inductor® Series from Induction Innovations offer farmers and agriculture mechanics an ability to remove seized parts in a fraction of the time as any other method.

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The Case Against Oxygen-Acetylene Torches & Welders

Wednesday, July 06, 2016

The Case Against Oxygen-Acetylene Torches & Welders

There's no getting away from the fact that adhering to health and safety rules is a key part of your garage or auto body shop.

Hazards of Oxygen-Acetylene

One potentially hazardous practice is the use of oxygen-acetylene (oxygen fuel) torches and welders, which have been under scrutiny for some time.

The risks of fire and explosion hazards from using oxy-acetylene for welding and cutting are well documented by OSHA. Acetylene is an extremely flammable gas, is unstable and has a tendency to pollute by emitting toxic fumes.

The use of a naked flame and torches in a confined space vastly increases the consequential fire risk – plastics, wiring, trim, etc. around the part to be removed can catch fire, causing potentially costly damage. For example, replacing damaged wiring can be very expensive, and if unnoticed could potentially put drivers at risk too.

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Save Time, Parts and Increase Profits and Safety: Garage Wire

Friday, February 19, 2016

Freeing off rusted, corroded or thread locked vehicle nuts and other parts, which are often found in inaccessible areas, takes up a lot of time. Not only is it frustrating, but it's inefficient. If you're using an oxy-acetylene torch, the process is potentially hazardous and you run the risk of damaging the area around the part you're trying to remove, which can prove costly. Read More

Oxygen Fuel (Oxy-Acetylene) Risks & Alternatives

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Oxygen Fuel Acetylene Torch Risks & AlternativesFlames can be the cause of many accidents in the workshop, but what are the realistic alternatives to using a naked, oxygen fuel (oxygen-acetylene) flame? With health and safety such a key part of workshop life, the use of induction heating tools is one alternative that can provide peace of mind, lower insurance rates and increase profits.

Using Oxygen Fuel Is Risky

Oxygen fuel welders have been under scrutiny for some time. The risks of fire and explosion hazards from using oxygen fuel and acetylene for welding, cutting are well documented by OSHA.

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Induction Innovations, Inc.

U.S. patents: 10,349,470, 6670590 and 6563096 apply to all products; D841,788, D707,804 and D728,086 apply to handheld, inline induction heaters;
European Patent Office (EPO): patent 002076372-0001 applies to all handheld, inline induction heaters